What are the parts of RNA?
ribo nucleic acids
RNA fits through the pores of the nuclear membrane, unlike the DNA, allowing it to transport all of the information to the specific parts. When RNA copies parts of DNA, it only copies parts of it, only the parts needed. For example, it would not copy information needed for fingernails if it needed one for skin.
Sort the parts of a nucleic acid according to whether each occurs exclusively in DNA exclusively in RNA or in both types of nucleic acid?
RNA is much like DNA. The molecules that make up RNA form long chains. Each individual unit consists 3 parts: * a nitrogenous base (cytosine, guanine, adenine, or uracil) - this is important for making the RNA code for an amino acid, essentially this is where the information is transmitted by the RNA. * a ribose sugar - this is an important difference between RNA and DNA, as DNA contains a deoxygenated ribose molecule. Hence…